Alternate Health Secures Second Set of Licenses for Cannabis Manufacturing and Distribution in Los Angeles

Published: January 21, 2019

Alternate Health Secures Second Set of Licenses for Cannabis Manufacturing and Distribution in Los Angeles

Alternate Health Corp., an international provider of technology solutions for the regulated cannabis industry, has secured state licenses for the manufacturing and distribution of cannabis at its facility in Los Angeles, California in addition to its licenses in Humboldt County, California.

“This is a tremendously exciting accomplishment for Alternate Health and solidifies our position in California’s highly lucrative commercial cannabis market,” said Howard Mann, CEO of Alternate Health. “Los Angeles is one of the most valuable markets in the cannabis industry and our facility is ideally located to manufacture and distribute top-quality cannabis products.”

Kare MMJ, which was acquired by Alternate Health in a deal announced on November 20, 2018, was recently approved by the state of California for its cannabis manufacturing and distribution licenses. The newly issued licenses allow Alternate Health to begin operations at its 5,000 square foot Los Angeles location. The Company will initially be manufacturing and distributing a line of flavoured cannabis extract products through its premiere Bionic Bee brand.

Alternate Health’s Los Angeles licenses were secured in addition to the licenses for its facility in Humboldt County, California, on October 20, 2018, which will continue to operate as the primary location for the production and distribution of cannabis flower and infused edibles.

The Company has also made several operational updates and continues to progress with its strategic plan in the California cannabis market

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